Arsene Wenger looks keen to add to his talented group of teenagers as the Mirror believes the Arsenal manager is weighing up a move for Argentine starlet Angel Correa.
The 18-year old attacking player currently plays for San Lorenzo in the Primera Division in Argentina. He has impressed since breaking into the first team after netting four goals in his first 13 games.
He is said to have the skill set to play as a striker or on the wings. He is a player with pace with a knack for running at defenders, good dribbling ability and said to have good vision to create for others.
If Correa continues his development, he could be a great option for Wenger to add depth at the wide positions in the club. Although the Frenchman has arguably one of the best midfields in the Premier League, one that's overcrowded with quality players such as Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, and Mikel Arteta, to name just a few, injuries to Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mathieu Flamini have revealed holes in the midfield.
Wenger likes to play with pacey wingers who play higher up the pitch and help the striker in the attack, however, with the injuries to his wide men he has had to deploy the likes of Jack Wilshere on the wing, which is clearly not the best place to utilise the talented 21-year old.
However, if Arsenal are to land the promising youngster's signature, they will have to fend off efforts from several top clubs throughout Europe as Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan are said to be keeping tabs on Correa as well.